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The search continues... Choose Tools > Internet Options. I've already had to put in a special firewall ruleset to allow the the client to connect (even though other clients did not have any issues). of China India - English New Zealand Southeast Asia (Includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam) - English 中国 中國香港特別行政區 台灣 日本 한국 Commonwealth of Independent States Includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, http://homeshareware.com/cannot-verify/cannot-verify-user-information-accpac.html

I still don't know why the problem occurred in the first place. Has anyone ran into this problem and found a solution yet? URLs can be case sensitive. It tells me to contact the administrator; however, I am the administrator. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/209626

Contribute cannot verify your connection information 4. A big thank you to Darrick for taking the time to help me resolve my issue (the key is to send connection keys only and establish user rolls ahead of time): Contribute cannot verify your connection information 9. The server is running Redhat Linux, and Contribute is connecting using SFTP.

Verify that your computer can access the network and that the server responds to network traffic The instructions below assume that you use ping to check.Note: If the server doesn't respond, Contact us about this article Hopefully this is a stupid question: We don't seem to have the original CPS CD, is there a location where this can be re-downloaded?   I I have my website on one Windows 2003 server, Contribute installed on another. My network is not unique, there is nothing special about it so this problem MUST be happening to others and yet, zero infor is available on it and Adobe will not

The IP's returned from steps 1 and 2 must be the same…if they aren't, Contribute won't connect to the site 4. To use ping to check your connection, open the command line terminal using the instructions below as appropriate for your platform. Are you running mod_secure in Apache? - Make sure that Contribute can upload, download and overwrite files on the remote server. - Make sure that your server allows access to TMP i thought about this The wording with these tests imply that they are the same tests run by Contribute, i doubt that to be the case since these pass but Contribute fails.

pwatvu Guest Reply With Quote December 20th,12:09 AM #15 Re: Contribute cannot verify your connection information Hello, To be able to verify your connection, Contribute will try to upload a TEMP The Internet Options dialog box is displayed. I am unable to get Contribute CS4 to connect via FTP. I went into my profile, set a screen name, but it still won't let me post.

I submitted this same query to them and received a stock response that I cannot get support for a "trial" program. No help whatsoever! Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 10. Re: Contribute cannot verify your connection information Chris Lynham Apr 20, 2010 2:24 AM (in response to [email protected]) Hi,I had the same issue but managed to solve my problem.

Check your website url in Browser. his comment is here I put a the same test file (a copy really) in a [b]live[/b] website root folder. In the same command prompt, ping the server holding your files and see what IP is returned (in my example, that would be "ping mywebserver.contributeisterrible.com") 3. During development of our site we had it on a separate subdomain from our main business application, and connection was never a problem.

Is this a bug? How can I fix this? I have tried making the connection with a standard shared path, e.g. \\Server1\website as well as mapping the network share to a local drive letter. this contact form However I am having difficulty finding a site that just tells me when support for various versions ends. 0 0 10/04/12--12:47: In CS6.5- trying to use preview a draft in a

I then removed my connection, tried it again, and was unsuccessful and received the same error message. For this reason, your FTP folder must have proper read/write access.To ensure that the website and FTP folder are the same, Contribute uploads a temporary file using the FTP host information This might benefit some other folks…here's hoping!

Unfortunately I have already started most of the coding (I usually work in Notepad++) would that be editable for them once I post the site?

The IP's returned from steps 1 and 2 must be the same...if they aren't, Contribute won't connect to the site 4. If you ever run into this problem again an nslookup or dig will identify the issue straight away. Citrix + Win2k Svr Registration Problems 8. The connection is via SFTP.

Now when they connect, Contribute will understand that they are restricted to the path that you provided and Contribute will create the necessary test files in that location, rather than at I have tried fixing it myself multiple times, I have uninstalled, reinstalled, cleared my cache and history, all sorts of things. in order to avoid this, Verify the following: 1. navigate here If it fails, and there are more websites to which to connect, Contribute displays a Connection Failure dialog box.

This still leaves a hole in security in that any Contribute user can post a new file to the root of the web server. I resolved it by going toEdit > My Connections.

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